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Microprocessor-based gas monitors with custom sensors

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Enmet

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The GSM-60 is a microprocessor-based gas monitor especially designed for use in industrial process, aerospace, pharmaceutical and semiconductor applications. The system incorporates an internal sample-draw pump and gas sensors. The instrument can be custom-configured with both internal and external sensors for monitoring a combination of gas parameters, including volatile organic compounds (VOCs), dewpoint, oxygen and carbon monoxide, or a number of other target gases, such as O3, HF, HCl and Cl2. As an option, this monitor can also be connected to a wide range of remote 4–20-mA sensors or transmitters for toxic or combustible gases. — Enmet LLC, Ann Arbor, Mich.

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